Flaster Greenberg Shareholder Tami Bogutz Steinberg has been named to the 2023 Power 50 in Law list by NJBIZ for the fifth year in a row and ranked #8 overall. The annual list highlights the 50 most influential attorneys in private practice, public service, corporate law departments and nonprofit organizations in the state of New Jersey.
Tami Bogutz Steinberg is chair of Flaster Greenberg's Business and Corporate Department and is known as one of South Jersey and Philadelphia’s leading business and corporate attorneys. She represents businesses in all stages of their business lifecycle, from formation through sale or dissolution. Her practice has a large focus on mergers and acquisitions, in addition to representing businesses in bank financings, joint ventures, partnership and shareholder transactions, contracting, dispute resolutions, corporate governance and business counseling. She often serves as outside general counsel to her clients, providing valuable legal counsel as well as oversight of matters in other specialties. In the M&A field, Tami represents buyers and sellers of middle market businesses in various industries, many of which are closely-held or family owned. She also assists in settling shareholder and partner disputes involving either active or threatened litigation. Tami is also a former member of the Firm’s Board of Directors.
“My greatest contribution to my client’s success is found in my ability to actively listen, provide personalized services as a trusted advisor, and proactively work to guarantee I achieve their desired business outcomes,” she said. “Each client and their journey through the business life cycle differs. Recognizing the unique needs of each client is important.”
In the Top 10 with Tami:
- Chris Porrino
- Anthony Coscia
- Stuart Rabner
- Joseph Boccassini
- Deborah Hays
- Elie Honig
- Philip Norcorss
- Rajiv Parikh
- Tamara Linde
The power lists are compiled by the NJBIZ editorial staff based on our reporting throughout the past year with input from experts in a variety of fields and recommendations from our readers. The staff looks for people who have gained public attention – and perhaps acclaim – for their professional accomplishments and public service. Each list identifies individuals who, through their efforts, are helping to make New Jersey a better place to live, work and do business. Honorees are not necessarily better at their jobs than others in their profession, but they have contributed meaningfully to the advancement of the public interest through their work and/or community service.
Visit the NJBIZ website to learn more about the 2023 Law Power 50 and to view the full list of honorees.